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HISTORICAL AFFAIRS.

HISTORICAL AFFAIRS.

Poflponed articles. London, March 10. The Sieur Bougainville, who (~-as Cent out in one of the French King's frigates on difcoveries in the South ftas, is returned to St and has brought with him inhabitant «f a new-difcovered ifland, in 35 deg. S. lat. who is (aid to have knowle
2 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The London General Biĺ of Christenings and Burials, from December 13. 1768 to December 12. 1760: with the diseases and casualties, &c.

The London General Biĺ of Christenings and Burials, from December 13. 1768 to December 12. 1760: with the diseases and casualties, &c.

r . Males IR• A Males 11033") Q 1 Decreafed in the Chnftened j_ FemalcsBi4J j'«S 7 | Buried | fema]es 10814 J "847 ria l s this year 17 9>- Age. No. Age. No. Age. No. Age. No. Age. No. Died under 8016 and 1670 <5o and o ® land 104s 30 and 1041 70 and 80 o 0 < j and 877 40 and 19
2 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
N.B. When differnt pages are referred to at any article, if the numbers are disjoined by a com-ma, the first

N.B. When differnt pages are referred to at any article, if the numbers are disjoined by a com-ma, the first

figure or figures in the preceding numbers are supposed to be repeated in the subsequent. ABerdecn, trials at 3 3*. Soo. See Thiftle bank paffed 105, <56. 268, 9, 7° Aiidrefs N. York affembly 90. the parliament the King 107. Of the convocation itfi, 1. For the county of Efiex 16
2 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LO N D O ;•:, December I.

LO N D O ;•:, December I.

LO N D O ?? December I. V c are ?? by a Genticman, whfife Intelli- be n lied upon, ta.it ro A' 1 ■ 1 id to the Petition? f>r a DilTolutioe of P.V- Majority of the Counties ihouM 1 , will no-. ; - the C ife, ' 1:. ?? Opinion nl tl. cie who are Left ac- quainted with the Diffusions
2 December 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
.? PETS COR E EHGR Dialogue between L. Galivay and bis Cstsch. SAYS my Lord hit Cook, you fon of

.? PETS COR E EHGR Dialogue between L. Galivay and bis Cstsch. SAYS my Lord hit Cook, you fon of

pink, How comes it I fee you thus day drunk ; Phyficians they lay once mjnth allow, A man for his health to get drunk as low.— That is right, fays the Ccok, but tiie time they don't fay; So for fear fhould it, I'm drunk ev'ry day.
2 December 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SATURDAY, D the Freeholders of the county of Gloncefter, with hearts full of the f'nccrcft duty and aftcc‘ tion for

SATURDAY, D the Freeholders of the county of Gloncefter, with hearts full of the f'nccrcft duty and aftcc‘ tion for

your Royal Perlbn, and of that your reign may be long and happy over a free * and loyal people, humbly prtlume, with other our fcllow-fubjcdfs, lay before your Majcfty our juft complaints of thofe mcafures which have lately Seen taken in the cafe ot the Frcc‘ holders of Middlefe
2 December 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Godfrey Gordon SS- 33<S-447, 8. 5<50 Gollip Gould Grafton, D. 336. Graham 144, Grant 616 Gratton 224 Gray SS- 616

Godfrey Gordon SS- 33<S-447, 8. 5<50 Gollip Gould Grafton, D. 336. Graham 144, Grant 616 Gratton 224 Gray SS- 616

Green 672 Gregory 448 Griiwold 616 Gvvynn 447 Hale Hal! Halliday 671 Hamilton 55. 224. 336.672. Handfield Harcourt 56 Haxvktfley ss Hay 56 Haynes 336 Henchman 33s Henry 1 <58 Hinchliffe 671 Holme Hood 5<50 Hooper 671 Hopkins Horton 503 Howe 224 <5 Hull SS Hulfe Hume 167 Hunter •
2 December 1769 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Sunday laft died at his feat of Alderftcn, in Ea| Lothian Sir Thomas Hay, Baronet, and was yefler. day interred in the family burial-place at Hadini ton. On Wednefday their Graces the Duke and Dd chefs of Gordon, arrived in town from the Nod Country; fo that the paragraph in the
2 December 1769 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A tetter from to - E J A C OH pity me, how have we been difappointed fpent my time,

A tetter from to - E J A C OH pity me, how have we been difappointed fpent my time,

fquandered away my money to little purpofe. Pool like, among many, I mud go to Maidftone, where expected to meet a numerous body of the. Nobility, Gentry, Glergy, and Freeholders of the County cf Kent; but to my mortification, behold ! not one Nobleman ! not one Baronet! Clergy!
2 December 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
For the TEETH and GUMS. T.ACOB HE MET Dentin her Majetty and the i'rincefs Amelia, Leave to mewl to thcifublicj'bis

For the TEETH and GUMS. T.ACOB HE MET Dentin her Majetty and the i'rincefs Amelia, Leave to mewl to thcifublicj'bis

Newly ttiicovcrt-d, i- < ESSE E of P E A a PEAR! C fcj which has found to be fuperior not only EU-'aiv-e, but Efficacy.to any thing made uti °» for Comnlaints of the Teeth and Gurris : Parti* t.!arly»; they will prefcrvc the Teeth in perfect found <*» even to old Age they render
2 December 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England